ATHENA WIDE RIMMED PLATES 10"/254MM diameter x 12

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Want to spruce-up your dining services with crockery that's made to last? Then these 254(Ø)mm Olympia Athena wide-rimmed plates are the perfect choice for you. As they're made from super-vitrified porcelain, these plates boast an extra-hard glaze that makes them highly resistant to scratches and nicks caused by sharp cutlery. This vitrified construction also stops liquids from seeping into the surface of the plates - so they're sure to stay in as-new condition throughout your guests' regular use!

And thanks to the rolled edges, these plates have great chip-resistance too, allowing them to withstand knocks and blows without damaging. Once service is over, the plates can be safely used in a dishwasher, thanks to the super-vitrified material - giving your staff a quick turnaround of fresh crockery!

Plus, the crisp-white colour creates a neutral canvas that ensures the your dishes' striking tones really stand out - adding the special touch to your food presentations and giving your guests a true, gourmet experience.

Product features

  • Dimensions 29(H) x 254(Ø)mm | 1¼(H)" x 10(Ø)"
  • Material Porcelain
  • Weight 10.11kg
  • Colour White
  • Super-vitrified porcelain construction offers great strength and durability
  • Can be used in ovens and microwaves for added flexibility during service
  • Wide-rimmed design creates a frame that beautifully showcases your food
  • Wide rim also stops food and sauces from sliding off the plate
  • White colourway provides a neutral canvas that ensures your dishes stand out
  • Can be safely stacked for space-saving storage
  • Covered by lifetime, edge-chip warranty
  • Super-vitrified material also makes the plates scratch and stain-resistant
  • Rolled edges give the plates excellent resistance to chipping
  • Dishwasher-safe construction enables simple cleaning
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